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polk county. look at that. the potentially radioactive water pouring into the acquifer into a sinkhole. the public was never told until today. people near the plant want to know why. >> people are worried. we're talking about water that may be radioactive flowing into the ground and the cringing water has not been affected it is safe. neighbors are not sure believe them. it may look like a water fall but it is a massive sinkhole. how deep. no one knows and that water is potentially radioactive and drain down into the acquifer. >> you know our water safe to drink. safe to brush our teeth and took in. those are the questions that have been asked since asking
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facility. >> the water flowing into the hole is contaminated by a gip sum stack which is fertilizer by product. >> it is upsetting when you have children. >> and a well in her backyard. >> our system another problem for the neighbors most did not find out about the issue until today three weeks after the sinkhole opened. >> we want answers. we have no heads up from mosaic. >> why aren't they telling us y is the news telling >> there is a reason for the delay. >> and the water loss ins and it is not an urgency. that means according to mosaic the contaminated water did not leave because they reacted quickly. we're told it is pumped back into their own wells. >> we will not allow it to my great beyond the site. they are offering to test the
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is not assuring. >> how do we know they kept it contained, the lack of communication is becoming a lack of trust. , they should be sending letters out saying this is happening. we'll do what we can to make it right. we have nothing. >> representatives say they will be visiting the properties to make sure it is safe. and table that can take. >> in polk county, aaron mesmer. >> this is not the first time a sinkhole has opened up here. the same thing happened 20 years ago. and the plant was owned by incagroco. >> and the hole was filled by pumping it full of concrete. the water did not leak. we have a news alert from
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was arrested in a shooting death of a grandmother back in june. and tyrell warren fired the but that hit the woman as she roded in a car. he was in an argument with two men nearby when he fired the gun. warren faces multiple charges including second degree murder. and many st. pete residents raised their voices of the sewage dumped into the bay waters when the facilities were overwhelmed by hurricane hermine. a worker is joining of course and blowing the wistle. and kellie cowan has been following the new developments. who is the whistle blower? >> his name is craven askew and the chief plant operator at the northeast wastewater treatment facility. he said the officials were warned this would happen if one of the four water treatment plants shut down but they did it anyway.
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pete mayor and in it he said the city was told the facilities would not be aible to keep up during the rain events if they shout down the plant. according to askew a report outlined recommended up grades to prevent the spills but they were never made. and the facility was shut down a year later. now just a few months after it closed unusually heavy rains overloaded the system. 30 million-gallons of sewage was dumped into the waters. after that he said the city that eight months to get the plant back on line and instead they just kept taking it apart. and the two week rainstorms off as a quote unquote unusual weather event. two more events collin and hermine forced cities to dump
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partially treated sewage into the water. and now the mayor responded today in a statement saying that his e-mail included a report that he believes has never been shared publicly or with his office and the city council. as such, he says, i have asked our legal and human resources department to work with a firm to learn why the report has only recently surfaced and to conduct a management review of water accountability to me, the city council and the citizens we serve. >> now earlier this summer the city council members approved a $35 million project to approve tank at the plant but that project will take time at least two years. we have seen what can happen in two years, mark. >> we have. >> thank you very much. >> new at 6:00 and heel dell hag
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protecting the memorials there. they are moving into another safe place. as andrea jackson reports the crews can work on installing a new fence next week. >> the clues started early collecting items from the club. >> and the history center on hand setting up a tend to box and ar dive the items from the night of june 12th. there are factors we have to the items the care they need so they will be preserved for the long term to be added to the collection. >> the removed with the respectful hand. on a date we start at one end and sweep and try to sort things by type and size as we're doing it. animals in one box. paper in another box. >> fab wreck and flowers boxed and flowers turned into soil and
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talk on camera took a moment to admire the memorial. she spoke with the crews from the history center about the process of preserving each item. >> we'll clear and then monday when the fences and things are in place we'll be replacing the items and moving them back and the memorial will start over again. >> the fence will be replaced with a smaller one set back and feature wrap covered in artwork. >> we're moving it not taking away. it is too soon to take it away we can move it back and make it safe. >> andrea jackson at pulse nightclub. >> during orlando pride there will be a after party at the abbey in orlando. lawmakers have not approved a bill to fund a fight against zika, the governor is putting up money to fight the virus. 10 million was approved to deal with zika.
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be spent as needed getting rid of pho*edzs training workers in the purchase of prevention kits. the number of cases of the virus has increased. and it is dang rouse to pregnant women us because it causes birth defects. and the airport is getting up grades thanks to 5 million-dollar s in grants. the it will make improvements to the airfields and a new automated system will speed up the checking of baggage. it will accommodate the growing number of passengers. well it is sentencing day for a man convicted of a hit and run accident in pinellas. and sterling hubbard hit and killed emma cowen. he got out of his truck and looked and left. the family packed the courtroom for sentencing.
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>> an emotional day as sterling hubbard who hit and killed a girl with his truck then leaving the scene will learn his sentence this evening. you can see hubbard is emotional here as the family addressed the court reading victim impact statements. and he called his mother to testify that he has a long past of mental health issues with several manic episodes of depression and panic attacks. that is why receive the 14 years in jail i maximum sentence under the plea deal. he said he is remorseful and he should be dead. things are unfolding he will learn his sentence we'll keach you updated. at the justice center. dan matics. >> plenty of buzzing sounds from the convention center this weekend. and the arts convention is
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>> i'll be there at 7:20 that would be good. the storms are moving to the southwest. some have been heavy. manatee county heavy rain and citrus we'll talk about that and the weekend forecast in detail in a i wore a badge for 38 years knowing how much you trusted us to keep you safe. yet when a officer was killed in action
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wrong, so we changed that law. to ensure these families get the benefits they are entitled to and the honor they deserve. dana young has our back and she has yours. dana young for the florida senate.
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all right how about being inched for life. the convention center is the place to be for tattoos. the convention underway it is as colorful as you can imagine. >> josh cascio has been looking around for us.
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>> reporter: you know, i love covering conventions and this con vention has to be one of my favorites. let's take a look to give you a view of what is going on in the center. and so much to see here and i tell you the quality of the artwork is just off the charts. and there is every kind of art style that can you imagine about 400 artists will be here throughout the weekend. some are local. others from all across the from new york and milwaukee and vegas. and a lot of people from television as well. tattoo nightmares and ink masters. you may be familiar with the artists here. this is a great place to stop and learn about tattoos and admire the art. everyone has a different reason for getting a tattoo. we caught up with a guy in the middle of a session. listen to him, it is great.
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will be on me. >> and a burn is what it feels like. >> as it goes on that's where the scratch comes in. >> get this that is going to take about ten hours, there is still a lot of work to be done f are you interested there are plenty of artists who have spots available to tattoo and it runs to midnight tonight and saturday and sunday as well. $20 at the door and $ three-day pass. it is colorful out here. a lot to see. back to you. >> i get. thank you for that. >> the interesting bart about this they have colorful historys and meanings. >> a lot of breast cancer survivors get tattoos. the weekend is here we would love good weather. it will be okay i would like a
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that's a couple of weeks away. the weekend is not bad. we still have the trop feel. we're 83 degrees. we had showers and thundershowers fire up. i'm talking midseptember it is dark now an hour earlier. the rain ends sooner than it does in the party of the haney season. it still areas are getting heavy rain. the one by new port richey is pesky and a big one over oldsmar. that went to the southwest into pinellas. that's done. and look at this one. crystal river down 19. and that's impressive storm. that is drifting to the southwest and bushnell.
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thunder in that storm, that's close to you. it looks like drifting a little bit south and southeast of you. then look at punta gorda in charlotte county. this is a storm along i-75. rain near sarasota. some west of ?wauchulaand polk county. you get rape down 27 to lake wales disney that's it. the next half hour to 45 minutes the rain is winding down it games tonight with the activities slowly ending between 7 and 8:00. spinning off the coast. we're not. it will not intensify and head northeast and pivot off the coast. for us the wind around that circulation and it was from northeast to southwest.
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3000 miles will intensify. we'll talk about the flak a second. and the top winds of 40. the motion has been all over the board by monday and it will be probably southeast of cape hat rouse depend depend hatterus and that's why we call it spaghetti model the trend will be to move along the trough along the east coas west and the northwest and move along by tuesday it could be a hurricane. i don't think this is a threat to the us it could impocket bermuda. that's questionable. for us we have a in wind. and sea breeze driven storms
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storms on sunday. the rainy season hangs in there. 40% coverage every day and the companies every day 85 to 90. the holidays. we updated the graphics. christmas and 100 days from today that's 107 days. this is the big thing this is what you notice between now and october. these are daily averages for rain fallment when you the 16th and divide them upment we average .22 on this day. look how things ramp down. .07 of an inch. the rainy season is kaput and on the verge of that happening. and northwest winds at 8:00. showers and storms. there is another area of
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a move to the west. we're not developing a big rain maker in texas. then heat up and down the coast. chicagoland 81. 4th of july city is 70. and raleigh 81ment any rain should be beautiful full mon. check it out. a mix of sun and clouds. developing near 90. sunday ramp up the the 7-day forecast. 90 is for a high. 70s for lows. we'll have the weather for the weekend games at 6:45. kevin. you know the seminoles are facing the toughest test of the season to date. why he doesn't take a op pont lightly. dirk koetter is not discouraging his team from talking about the ultimate prize in the nfl, he
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what that is come into steak 'n shake for hand-dipped fall milk shakes. better yet, come into steak 'n shake for hand-dipped fall milk shakes at half- price... ...during half-price happier hour, weekdays, now two to five... steak 'n shake. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what
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we are one nation under god. that republican and democrat, we are all americans. i'd like to punch him in the face. you know what they used to do to guys like that? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible
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well the bucs are against a super bowl contender and tough odds out west only one team in
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the road in the first week and then had a play again on the road. and it went on to win. once in the last five years. the bucs are looking to bust the odds in arizona. this morning at 1 buc place jameis winston and joe holly put last-minute work in before the trip to arizona. the plan will be will try to get it down from the check down. >> it was a check down this is a get it out on time. less of a check down where you have to go. that's how the defense tries to make it. 3, 4, they're not afraid to bring them.
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bucks cot off to a winning start. right now first place in the south but they're not focusing on the accomplishments. as excited as the fans are now. the feelings can evaporate. they have not topped talking about >> you know the coach raised the standard why not the super bowl. and you know the leaders they are saying that as well. >> i say we used to say things. and the players will believe what they believe is real.
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about wick off then at noon the bucs and cardinals at 405 here on fox 13. >> and fsu starts play with another toughly challenge. they will be tested on the road. but jim bow against the cardinals. and a top ten team. they say there is no taking any time lightly. that whole side. >> it isate, great football i'm
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>> they are legitimate a great quarterback. and tough, tough. fun. >> and trying to put an end to the controversy. what he had to say today legally liable in the - marco. - polo. - marco. - polo. marco. marco? marco? but it's not a game when our senator doesn't show up. i'm patrick murphy. solving problems means showing up. showing independence. and working together. it's why i worked to protect women's health care and worked with both parties to stop cuts to medicare.
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marco? marco? i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices,
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ess, i think... those are sacrifices? i wore a badge for 38 years knowing how much you trusted us to keep you safe. yet when a officer was killed in action florida was not doing enough to give their families the help they desperately needed. dana young understood. that was wrong, so we changed that law. to ensure these families get the benefits they are entitled to and the honor they deserve.
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a return to common sense. the president obama was born in the united >> it was a thing of the past until now. and tried to put an end to it today and pointed the finger at hillary clinton that stirred the pot again. >> and hillary clinton and her campaign started the birther
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>> and putting a point on the controversy pinning it on that trump started it all. >> the press bass born in the u.s. period. >> and reignited during her return to the campaign trail. today the democratic nominee reasserting the claim from the start the bigotry and bias that lurks in our country. >> speaking from the symposium clinton was blocks away from the hotel where he countered a claim of racism but not before members of the military threw their support behind the republican nominee. the tension coming as a new poll shows trump and clinton
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election day. the polls are from the big body of registered voters to the smaller group of likely voters. who are the most excited voters in america right now? they're donald trump voters. >> the president himself waying in on the birther controversy saying, quote, i'm confident where i was born patrick. hello, hello, why do you think he picked now to change his mind on the birthplace, i don't think he planned to. based on the response yesterday, evasiveness i think his hand was forced. he had to do something. he was not ready to address this on thursday. he made a decision on thursday we're going to do this friday but stretch it out. we'll own the news cycle and
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the first day back to work after the bout with pneumonia and with this he is now trying to move beyond the birther movement saying, yes, he played the role of finisher here and delved into this and the president was born in america and in so doing the fact checkers are calling him out on it. he is saying it was hillary clinton declaring her effectively the founder of the birther movement not him. >> if you are hillary clinton now, what can you do if anything? >> you cram it down his throat or hammer him over the head with it which she is doing. when this coming back into the news cycle this ultimately is a gift to hillary clinton. you have donald trump who has been gaining on he wants to move beyond this, she wants to pin it on him and make sure that people remember that he was the leading proponent of the birther movement for several years and the more this stays in the news
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for clinton because it revs up the base that has not been as enthusiastic as republicans who are now embracing donald trump and with that hillary clinton has the potential to nudge up a bit in the polls. >> what a week it should be. what about tonight. money, power politics, what do you have. >> we have our pollster who will join us. new projections we'll take a closer look at the polls it's not that gained and hillary cl week it is because the pollsters are changing their formulas and changing the pool of people they ask the surveys. how and why they do that and what this means we'll bring in charlie belcher. >> and charlie and leave it at that. >> that's coming up in money, power and politics tonight. >> we like surprises. >> thank you. see you then.
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for a speech at the chicago council on global affairs. he weighed in on several topics and the election, he talked about the issues of integration, minority outreach and religious extremism. he eluded to some of the proposals and trump's suggestion of implementinging a ban we shod make sure minority communities have a sense of belonging so they are not influenced by extremism. m it is up to americans to decide who runs the country. i will say this. we play straight into the hands of those who speak to gived us of extremists and terrorists around the world when we imply that it is not possible to hold western values add be a muslim.
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hillary clinton. he is the first muslim mayor of the city of london. the ceasefire in syria's civil war is bringing about a reduction in violence. as reported here at 6:30 aid is still inable to get through into the country. >> tension raising concerns about whether or not the syrian ceasefire is at risk of collapsing. humanitarian aid is not reaching the war ravaged city in dire need of the reduction in fighting. the u.n. says that the sirrian governmen has not given its permission to deliver the supplies. >> we urge the authorities and everyone with inference to push and materialize as soon as possible. >> the secretary of state doing just that during a phone call with the russian foreign minister. the ceasefire requires
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start coordinating attacks on isis and militants in the country. the secretary of state telling his russian counterpart to push the regime to allow the aid to get through, they choose not to use that or apply and it has no effect the arrangement does not come into being. >> the syrian state tv releasing footage of bulldozers clearing a main road and so they can reach the city. russia said force back after opposition fighters failed to leave. the rebels have pulled back from the highway. there is a disagreement over the ceasefire itself, russia is pushing for the details of it to be made public and the u.s., however, has been hesitant to do that. in jerusalem. the shooting of a
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compared to the shooting of a tamire rice. they are replica guns in their waistband. the police officers were white. king was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced death. he was in the 8th grade and his coach shared memories of him last night. >> i thank god that i had the opportunity to meet him >> and i wish he has never in the situation and been a different result. >> the officer who fired at king was a 9-year veteran of the force. police say he has been placed on paid leave as they investigate the shooting. the boyfriend of bobbi kristina brown has been found legally responsible in her death. nick forward was liable after he fail told appear in court for a
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brought by brown's estate. the judge will determine the amount of damages. >> it is absolutely reprehensible that he thumbed his nose at the court and did what he said what you said and gone out on television and thumbed his nose at the court. >> and she was found unresponsive in a tub with drugs >> and he has not been charged with a crime. and she is the daughter of the late whitney houston. a man who had a meat clever -- a police officer who was hit with a meat clever got quite a reception. he was wheeled out of the hospital. he tried to arrest a man near penn station.
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face. and officers then shot the suspect to subdue him. he is in critical condition. they first approached him when they saw him trying to remove a boot attached to his car. still ahead here tonight at 6:30. you may be seeing more drones buzzing through the sky.
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((mark so many people are registering drones.. the skies so many people are registered drones the skies could get crowded soon. the registration process was created nine months ago and
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day. by comparison there are 260,000 panned aircraft in the u.s. right now. the skies could be more crowded. >> researchers test the drones to get the deliveries and as part of testing people in blacks burg are getting their food flown to them. >> a few people participating in the they order from a kiosk on the virginia tech campus. it is prepared at a food truck and then the flying burritos are dropped to the found. we hope it spreads here. it will be a good idea. >> it says a lot about the work that virginia tech does to improve technology and they find a good place to try it out, they
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tonight at 10, meet a builder who has a solution his idea that goes way back in time on the 10:00 news. and declines in the energy companies a roller coaster week down 88, nasdaq and 5 and s&p down 8. time for headlines from hollywood. some a-list stars are planning to honor icon prince. the lineup includes stevie wonder, john take the stage to celebrate his life in music and the tribute show kicks off october 13th in saint paul, minnesota. and mark wahlberg ended his bid for a pardon. he hit a man with a stick and punched a person in the face. he said he was high at the time he served 45 days behind bars. bill murray will be bar tending.
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bartender. he will pour ink doctors at the opening of his son's restaurant in brooklyn. not everyone can go. it is for invited guests only. >> i bet he knows how to pour one or two. >> or a joke. >> that would be a long night, can you imagine that, maybe we'll see if he is around 7:15. want to join me. we'll see how that plays out. it is tropical, look at that. 86 degrees. some rain around t and sky tower is ting active. and the football games start in many spots soon. watch radar. to the north and south. hit 90 and 78 the morning low and plus 1 on the high side and three on the low side. and divide 2 degrees above average and for the year to date.
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that has to do with the tropical storm off the carolina coast. heavy rain. this will rain itself out. drifting to the west. watching us in brooksville. it will move over the city and kind of drifted to the southwest away fro and ridge manor storms. in manatee county, the storms are moving to the southwest and weaken very heavy rain near north port could get englewood. bartow and down 60. and that's that's over bartow
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and the tropics. this is it will be on the map. and now looks like a significant right hand turn, should miss the united states and impact bermuda. a long way to track it. the forecast for tonight any storms and then a moon lit and nice night t arch storms. and the same deal on sunday. and and showers and storms the rainy season hangs in there. highs up near 90. let's all do some college
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>> anything else, we're looking for a victory against louisville >> and the quarterback. >> florida state lost their top safety but they are deep. i'm hopeful. concerned about so and so during the game. i don't know. the kickoff should be at 8:00. >> and not good. now usf is in syracuse no longer the orangemen but the orange in the carrier dome outside showers and about 3:30. should be okay. up in gainesville. >> the horn frogs, the mean green of north texas. you would have known that if they were not playing? >> no. [ laughter ] i do know where they are from.
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bucs in arizona. 92 outdoor. in the dome. at 4:00 f they win that game that would be a big deal, a huge start. they are coming off that loss to theit pros. >> how long has it been here, i don't know the answer to. how long since the bucs and seminoles in the same weekend played cardinals. >> look at that. >> i don't know how to answer that one. >> that >> if ever. >> if the rays play the cardinals. >> that's too much information. >> what about 11 tonight. >> trivia overload here. tonight at 11 a kitchen turned to ashes, crib is torched. that's what is left of a house after a drug lab exploded inside. this a case of the deputies say they have never seen before. and own a piece of history. items from the collection of
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lady nancy are going up on the auction block what is up for bid. - marco. - polo. - marco. - polo. marco. marco? marco? but it's not a game when our senator doesn't show up. i'm patrick murphy. solving problems means showing up. showing independence. and working together. it's why i worked to protect women's health care and worked with both parties to stop cuts to medicare.
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((mark/2 shot)) it's it is finally friday. tgif. good movies in them. here are the best bets. >> and this is the funny part. i suppose. >> the child in my tummy could be either of yours, my. renee zellweger is back and her love life back from the dead. she is trying to figure out who
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>> and take one, two. >> jamieson four years old his sister disappeared making a documentary in maryland, they showed her going into a house and seemingly within the black hills forest. >> speaking of squeals, 17 years after the blair witch project, the sequel hits the screen after discovering a video showing what he believes to be his sister experiences in the witch. a group of friends head in search of his lost sibling. >> optic nerves. could take credit. >> laptops off. or was you forgot to close it, how would she know, the web camera light does not turn on, snowden digs into the life and work of the most notorious whistle blower t is based on two
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exposed covert surveillance by the u.s. government. you know what your problem is you don't know how to have fun. are you making a deposit. >> what you need to do is endorse it. >> wait, wait. >> i can explain, i have never seen this woman before in my life. >> the bank cleared the check. >> and everything changes for eva when she receive as life insurance check made out for $5 milli after depositing it they head out for the adventure of a lifetime. ?[music] ? , think i love you from head to toe. ?[music] ? >> i think i love you from head to toe... i know. >> you know that, mark. that is a blast from the past. lisa lisa and ruled the radios
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she is performing at amalie arena as part of the free style explosion. perform something stevie v, shannon and sweet sensation that is tomorrow night at 7:30. a little of cold beer on a friday night. a pair of jeans that fit just right and the radio up... >> could there be a better song for a friday in florida. zac brown. is on sunday at the show at 7. always a good time. >> a lot going on. >> fun stuff. >> as paul said we have a chance to enjoy ourselves outside. if you can dodge the storms. >> we keep on going. on our >> access hollywood is next. have a great night.
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i did not kill jonbenet. >> that 911 call that patsy ramsey made -- >> they think the call has been disconnected from 911. >> what do we hear in those six seconds? >> clues from the call, the i'm natalie morales. two decades later, has new technology finally uncovered jonbenet's killer? >> it revealed to me that -- >> your relationship was definitely very tense. >> this stub by, undergrown little cretin. >> from one bee to another. >> naya rivera holds nothing back about her glee days, her marriage now and the three's a crowd scenario that abruptly ended a previous engagement.


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